Intramural Sports

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Landon Cooley helps his intramural team win their first game in the tournament.  Photo by Taylor Peterson.

Landon Cooley helps his intramural team win their first game in the tournament. Photo by Taylor Peterson.

It is the beginning of a new school year and a great way to make new friends and try new activities is intramural sports.

Snow College organizes these free programs to provide events and opportunities for the students. Several sports are being played so it is likely that anyone can find a game they are interested in.

Sand volleyball and softball were the first two sports to start. They began play in August. Softball will restart in March along with indoor volleyball.

Ultimate Frisbee and outdoor soccer held their startup meetings on September 8, but it may not be too late to join a team. Games for these sports start September 9.

Five new intramural sports will start in October; kickball, flag football, bowling (doubles), five-on-five basketball and racquetball. So remember to get the information for these sports before the beginning of the month.

The spring semester will provide nine different sports. These sports are bowling (doubles), five-on-five basketball, wallyball, water polo, indoor volleyball, racquetball (doubles), indoor soccer, flag football, and softball.

A startup meeting will be held in January and March, to provide extra information on any sport students may be interested in.

All information for intramural sports can be found in the Horne Activity Center. A glass display case on the east side of the lobby contains fliers with information on all the sports. Secure a spot before it is too late!

Tyler Pierce is the Head Sports Editor for the Snowdrift and is attending Snow College as a communications major. Tyler is from West Jordan, UT and graduated from Copper Hills High School in 2014. Tyler played volleyball in high school and loves to follow professional sports, especially the NFL and his favorite team, the New Orleans Saints.

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